Water Feature

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  1. ajmall

    ajmall TPF Noob!

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    39 views and no one has anything to say? does that mean it's rubbish?!
     
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    No its not rubish but scene setups are less interesting then mother nature :) I think?
     
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    I like it, well set up, nicely captured. One suggestion, perhaps it could be shot with the "lamp rock" turned,or the camera position moved, so that you don't see the light coming from the rock? That sort of bothers my eye, but other than that, nice pic!
     
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    I think the subject's ok but it looks more like a 'behind the scenes' shot to me.

    The wide angle doesn't work at all for me. I'd get as much focal length as space allows for (although you may not have much room to play in).

    I'd like to see a very much tighter frame on this; Just inside the frames at the back would probablly do. And keep that light out of frame.

    I'd also like to see it shot from a much lower angle so that you're looking up to the main feature.
     

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